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From the Heart – August 2019

From the Heart – July 2019

Pork Belly Burnt End Sandwich

These morsels of pork amazingness are always worth the wait. Slow roasted and slathered in barbecue sauce, this tender and flavorful pork belly is so magical you’ll be thinking of it again and again and again…

From the Heart – June 2019

Tulsa, Oklahoma (Flood) / 7,950 Meals Over 7 Days

Storms dumped more than 4 inches of rain on Tulsa within three hours caused widespread flooding along the swollen Arkansas River. Roughly 600 Tulsa structures were swamped after the flood.

Linwood, Kansas (Tornado) / 2,000 Meals Over 2 Days

The tornado that ripped through Linwood, Kansas was an EF4 storm with maximum winds of 170 mph. It was on the ground for more than 31 miles and had a maximum width of one mile. At least a dozen homes were damaged or destroyed in Linwood, Kansas and at least 18 injuries were reported in Douglas County.

Dayton, Ohio (Tornado) / 15,172 Meals Over 6 Days

A severe storm system including tornadoes hit the Dayton, Ohio, area late evening on May 27. The National Weather Service confirmed a “large and dangerous” tornado on the ground near the Dayton suburb of Trotwood in Montgomery County just after 11 p.m. The weather service issued 36 tornado warnings overnight that night across the region. About 68,000 households and businesses in the state were without power.

Florida Governor’s Hurricane Conference

From the Heart – May 2019

Franklin & Alto, Texas (Tornado) / 1,960 Meals Over 3 Days

An EF-3 tornado caused severe damage to Franklin and Alto Texas. OBR worked with Emergency Management and the Salvation Army to serve meals to those affectedin both Franklin and Alto.